kontådot
Accountant; bookkeeper; auditor; comptroller; inspector of accounts; examiner of business accounts.
kontåhiosu
Contagious.
kontåriu
Enemy; foe; hostile force; competitor; challenger; adversary; opponent.
kontåt ki
As long as. Also kuentåt ki.
kopa
Goblet.
kopa di oru
Type of flower. Cup of gold.
kopas
Hearts--card in the suit of.
kopbla
Dun. The demand of payment of credits, dues, funds, etc.
kopble
Money.
kopble
Copper; red metal.
kopia
Copy; imitate; mimic; follow as a pattern, model, or example.
koporåt
Corporal; a rank in the armed forces. Also kåbu.
koredot
Corridor; gallery around a patio.
koreha
Motherhood; religious organization for older women who are married; an organization similar to Christian Mothers. Also korea.
koreha
Belt; strap worn by the members of the Christian Mothers. Also korea.
korehas
Spank (with a belt).
korehas
Belt; strap; fan belt. Also koreas.
korehong
Crayon; pointed stick of colored clay. (Rota)
korei
Having a weak hand of the suit being played (tres siete game).
koresponde
Correspond; write letters to; communicate with by exchange of letters.
koresponde
Correspond; be similar; correlate; be equivalent.
korespondensia
Correspondence.
kori
Saleable; marketable goods; a business establishment that sells a lot of merchandise.
koriente
Current; flowing of liquid or electricity; running; fluent.
koriente
Steep slooping roof of a house. Opposite of faga.
korona
Crown; wreath.
koronet
Colonel; a rank in the armed forces.
koru
Choir; chorus.
korånko'
Crank--a device used to turn the crank shaft when batteries are dead. (Saipan)
koråson
Heart; darling; sweetheart; lover; core.
Koråson di Sånta Måria
Type of plant--caladium bicolor. A type of flower.
kosa ki
So that.
kosas
Thing (inanimate); implement; tool.
kosecha
To harvest; gather in; reap.
kosecha
Harvest; crop; yield of crop.
kossos
Filthy; smutty; muddy; dirty. Also koso.
kosta
Cost; expense; rate; fare; charge; face valuse; market price.
kosta
Coast; shore; seaside; bank; seashore; brink; brim; beach.
kostat
Sack; bag; typically large and of coarse material.
kostura
Seam; where two pieces of cloth are joined together.

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